Eadric Bressel

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      Laurie Batter
    • Member Type(s): Expert
    • Title:Professor
    • Organization:Utah State University
    • Area of Expertise:Neuromechanicl adapts 2 therapy exercise
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My Expertise

    My Expertise

      Area(s) of expertise: Neuromechanicl adapts 2 therapy exercise
      Summary of expertise:
      His research examines neuromechanical adaptations to therapeutic exercise in healthy and special populations. He has specific interest spine stabilization exercises, determinants of balance, and rehabilitation of chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis using an aquatic environment.
      Blog/Web site: http://www.usu.edu/biomechanics/
      White paper/research:
      Published over 50 peer-reviews research articles
      Over 90 research presentations that include state, national, and international venues

      Books/articles published:
      Published over 50 peer-reviews research articles
      Over 90 research presentations that include state, national, and international venues

      Awards/associations/memberships:
      Awards

      • Recipient, Researcher/Scholar of the Year Award for the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Utah State University, Logan UT, 2009-2012

      • Recipient, Teacher of the Year Award for the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Utah State University, Logan UT, 2006-2007

      • Recipient, Top Professor Award by the Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, Utah State University, Logan UT, 2003-2004

      • Recipient, Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Award for the College of Education and Human Services, Utah State University, Logan UT, 2003-2004

      • Recipient, Professor of the Year Award by the Presidents Leadership Council, Utah State University, Logan UT, 2000-2001

      • Recipient, Dean’s Citation for Excellence Award, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley CO, 1999

      • Recipient, Teaching Assistant of the Year Award by the Student Representative Council, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley CO, 1997-98

      • Recipient, Research Merit Award, California State University, Fresno, CA, 1995

      Prior media experience:
      Media Citations or Reviews of Research Articles

      • Bressel, E. (2010). Association between attributes of a cyclist and bicycle seat pressure. Health & Medicine Week, November 22, 2010.

      • Bressel, E. (2008). Core strengthening. Men’s Health Magazine, November issue, page 52.
      • Bressel, E. (2007). Healthy Spin. Standard-Examiner, December 4.
      • Bressel, E. (2004). Bicycle seat designs and their effect on pelvic angle, trunk angle, and comfort. Good Morning America, April 3.
      • Bressel, E. (2003). Bicycle seat designs and their effect on pelvic angle, trunk angle, and comfort. Fitness Magazine, July Issue.
      • Bressel, E. (2003). Bicycle seat designs and their effect on pelvic angle, trunk angle, and comfort. Self Magazine, July Issue.

      Educational background:
      Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Clinical Biomechanics, June 1999-June 2000
      Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

      • Doctor of Education in Physical Education (emphasis in Biomechanics), 1999
      University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO

      • Master of Arts in Physical Education (emphasis in Exercise Science), 1995
      California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CA

      • Bachelor of Science in Physical Education (emphasis in Allied Careers), 1994
      California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CA
      References:
      On request
      Interests:
      Spending time with family, mountain biking, alpine/Nordic skiing

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